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Update: 2 Weeks Paid Vacation Proposal

By NYC Hospitality Alliance

Today, the NYC Hospitality Alliance team testified alongside the business community at a public hearing expressing concern over the ability of small businesses to afford the Mayor and Public Advocate's proposal mandating two-weeks paid time off.

Today, the NYC Hospitality Alliance team testified alongside the business community at a public hearing expressing concern over the ability of small businesses to afford the Mayor and Public Advocate’s proposal mandating two-week paid time off for all employees. This proposal would be in addition to the one-week of paid leave businesses must already provide workers.

If you missed it, our Andrew Rigie published an op-ed in the Daily News about the proposed bill and appeared all over the press making sure our members’ voices are heard. Below is a sampling of the press coverage where we appear.

 

New York City Hospitality Alliance Responds to Paid Time Off

1010 WINS, May 28, 2019

De Blasio now supports paid vacation time amidst 2020 bid

NY Post, May 28, 2019

De Blasio, activists rally for paid vacations for most working New Yorkers

AMNY, May 28, 2019

Business groups blast de Blasio's paid vacation proposal

Crain's NY, May 28, 2019

De Blasio hosts campaign-style rally to tout paid vacation bill

Politico, May 28, 2019

Mayor Rallies For Paid Time Off For All Employees In NYC

WCBS, May 28, 2019

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